New and Noteworthy from the Ecology Law Quarterly
The latest issue of ELQ — full content available free here — is centered on two broad themes: 1) learning from other states, countries and international experiences and 2) the failures of administrative law as an environmental management tool.
The issue includes the following articles:
* The Transformation of Modern Administrative Law: Changing Administrations and Environmental Guidance Documents by Sam Kalen
*Synthesizing TSCA and REACH: Practical Principles for Chemical Regulation Reform by John Applegate
* Environmental Leadership Programs: Toward an Empirical Assessment of Their Performance, by Jonathan C. Borck, Cary Coglianese, Jennifer Nash
* Goblets of Fire: Regulation of Global Warming Amid Potential Impediments Under the U.S. Constitution by Steven Ferrey
* Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading In New Zealand: Trailblazing Comprehensive Cap And Trade